Pittsburgh, PA (Vocus) July 30, 2010
This book is the author’s personal testimony of how she survived and recovered from a horrible rape that left her depressed, hopeless, and mentally unstable. She walks the reader through her slow, painful recovery. She encourages the reader to rely on God in times of crisis, and to acknowledge their pain and ability to successfully recover from any crisis or trauma. The book is blunt, down to earth, and is easy to read. It ultimately speaks of how crisis can actually work for you if you don’t let it destroy you.
About the Author
Harriette Barron holds a B.A. in Sociology from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. She lives with her husband in beautiful East Texas where there is plenty of good food, good land, love, and sunsets. She has worked with trauma survivors, victims of abuse, and those with mental anguish for over nine years. Currently, she is a Crisis Specialist at a mental health clinic in East Texas. Her hobbies are singing in church, writing, and watching classic movies. It is her greatest desire to see the cycles of violence and victimization completely destroyed.
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